Gerald Madison moved to the Tahoe area in 1970. While working as a blackjack and craps dealer during summer vacations, he attended law school at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ, and graduated in 1975.
He passed the California Bar Exam in January 1976, and later that year handled his first personal injury case for some good friends who had a horse jump through the windshield of their Porsche. Since then, he has handled hundreds of injury cases (i.e. car crashes, dog bites, falls, and defective products.)
In 1980, Gerald passed the Nevada Bar Exam. He opened his private office, and has been working for clients from the Carson City area ever since. Instead of advertising on TV, he personally promotes himself. He utilizes medical illustrator to print color illustrations proving clients' injuries. A full range of skeletons, skulls, vertebrae, charts and other models complement the illustrations. Cutting edge technology assures clients the best chance for an excellent offer of settlement from insurance adjusters.
Automobile, bicycle and pedestrian accidents
Defective fuel tanks (the exploding gas tank found in older GM pickups)
Defective cement trucks, golf cars, seats and warnings
Dog bites, falls, death from gun shots, death from overdoses and other premises liability
issues like tap water burns from water heaters being turned up too high
Airplane crashes and wrongful death
These materials have been prepared by Gerald Madison for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. This information is not intended to create, and receipt of it does not constitute, and attorney-client relationship. Internet subscribers and readers should not act upon this information without seeking professional counsel. The materials found on this page, and linked pages are meant for persons who have had accidents in Nevada since the laws vary from state to state.